GridCells

@ExperimentalFoundationApi object GridCells : GridCells


Summary

Public functions

@ExperimentalFoundationApi GridCells
Adaptive(minSize: Dp!)
@ExperimentalFoundationApi GridCells
Fixed(count: Int!)
open List<Int>
Density!.calculateCrossAxisCellSizes(availableSize: Int!, spacing: Int!)

Calculates the number of cells and their cross axis size based on availableSize and spacing.

Public functions

Adaptive

@ExperimentalFoundationApi
fun Adaptive(minSize: Dp!): GridCells

Fixed

@ExperimentalFoundationApi
fun Fixed(count: Int!): GridCells

calculateCrossAxisCellSizes

open fun Density!.calculateCrossAxisCellSizes(availableSize: Int!, spacing: Int!): List<Int>

Calculates the number of cells and their cross axis size based on availableSize and spacing.

For example, in vertical grids, spacing is passed from the grid's Arrangement.Horizontal. The Arrangement.Horizontal will also be used to arrange items in a row if the grid is wider than the calculated sum of columns.

Note that the calculated cross axis sizes will be considered in an RTL-aware manner -- if the grid is vertical and the layout direction is RTL, the first width in the returned list will correspond to the rightmost column.

Parameters
availableSize: Int!

available size on cross axis, e.g. width of LazyVerticalGrid.

spacing: Int!

cross axis spacing, e.g. horizontal spacing for LazyVerticalGrid. The spacing is passed from the corresponding Arrangement param of the lazy grid.